The AGM of the International Club of Rome in Mexico City in 2014 created a Women’s Issues and Perspectives Committee. CACOR at its AGM in 2015 created its own committee on this theme and Valerie Hume agreed to chair it. At the international, national and local levels, such a committee brings new ways of identifying, seeing, drawing […]
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The system dynamics approach has long been used to assess the many inter-linkages that exist in the integrated world of economics, environment and society, most notably by the Club of Rome in its “World Model” and “The Limits to Growth”, published in 1972. An updated version of this model to investigate at future global trends […]
Today we review a study from Australia that compares the business as usual scenario to 2100 presented by the Club of Rome in its Limits to Growth book to the observed trends in population, resource depletion and pollution for the last 40 years.